De Vera Homes Baguio
TripAdvisor Reviews De Vera Homes Baguio
Travel Blogs from Baguio
... ride only costed 20 pesos for a 12 kms ride to my cousin Beverly's place.
Ronnie and Beverly take me to a live rooster arena (as I have requested) in Bambang about 20 kms south of Magsasay. Whether I agree or disagree with this "sport" I will keep as factual as possible. I pay an admission fee and they let us though the metal gate. It is loud as the betting for the next match is occurring. They said ...
... and floating plastic is very good for either human or whale shark and I hope for the shark’s sakes that hanging around here was a once off incident.
DIVING AND OTHER ADVENTURES
After leaving La Union we met up with Alejandro at Cubao bus station in Manila and took a bus and a ferry to Sabang, close to Puerto Gallera. We did only two dives here, there was strong
current, plenty of marine life, a big GT and some pickhandle barracudas, and this is a spot ...
... T2. We didn't know which gate at that stage so headed to gate 40 to get some breakfast. When our flight was finally called it was gate 508. Now this is a long, long walk through the terminal, down an escalator and then off on a shuttle bus ! I am not sure who designed this airport but it's rather crazy!!
We got on first again, just loving the hot seats with Air Asia, once again no one next to or behind us. We had realised in our hotel earlier that number 14 or anything with a 4 in ...
... 6 they go to primary school for 6 years and then to high school for another 4 years. Many of them go to colleges. Baquio is filled with college kids. Over quarter of a million young, beautiful, ambitious and ready to learn Filipinos enter colleges located here. I am sure the fresh, pine air must be very beneficial to those students!
Baguio is a ‘summer capital’ and was founded as a hill station for the US military in the early 1900. ...
... 18, 2012
We had to get up early today because the driver for the Pinatubo trip, Jun (pronounced June) was picking us up at 6:00 AM. He picked us up in a 4x4 jeep because the first portion of the trip they drive us through some lahar flows, saving us some tedious hiking time. He drove us to the little village town of Santa. Juliana where he picked up all our permits, I'm not sure how many we needed but, that was one of the reasons ...